Today in church, we hear a passage from the Gospel of Mark and learn that it’s the words (or the barks) that come out of us that can hurt people, including ourselves. It does feel good to say mean things.
What does Paul mean when he tells the people at Ephesus to “put on the full armor of God”?
If you would like to attend our outdoor, masked and podded Children’s Chapel, you can register for the short service here. Space is limited.
This week, we’ll be talking about ways to describe amazing things, like Jesus’ teachings and God’s love.
The Fiores visit the Great Harvest Bread store to ask, “how much bread do you need to feed 5000 people?”
Let’s take a tour of the church that is being cleaned and readied for us. Let’s sing and pray in the chapel. And let’s set an altar in the courtyard, where we gather for in-person worship each Sunday. We’ll keep posting virtual Children’s Chapel on this website but if you want to attend an in-person service, we would love to see you there, too! You can register for in-person summer services here.
It’s the Fourth of July – a day we celebrate our country but also a day when we acknowledge the ways it falls short of being the beloved community. Look around you. Where do you see beauty and hope? Where do you see problems? How will you share the good news like an evangelist? How will you inspire change? Note: Children’s Chapel will not meet in person today. You can register for next week’s service at this link.